Friday on Worldview:
We talk with Bernardo Ruiz, director of the film Reportero. The film follows reporter Sergio Haro and his colleagues at Zeta, a weekly paper based in Tijuana, Mexico. Since the paper was founded in 1980, two of the paper's editors were murdered and the founder was viciously attacked – a result of their reporting on Mexico's drug wars. Reportero runs this weekend at the Gene Siskel Film Center as part of the Human Rights Watch Film Festival.
Then we check in with film contributor Milos Stehlik one last time before the Cannes Film Festival wraps up.
And, on Weekend Passport we hit up a mole festival and find out where to see some traditional Indian dancing.